The School District 13 Haunted Attraction was designed with families in mind. In 2016, we’ve made some changes to the haunts to increase their Scare Score for die-hard haunt-goers, but young kids would still enjoy the haunted bus ride and the haunted village on any night of the event. At School District 13, we offer glow sticks to kids under age 10 who are willing to go through the haunts with their parents or guardians. The glow sticks are not a guarantee that our scare actors won’t scare them. It can be hard for scare actors to see the glow sticks inside the haunts until its too late. Most of the time the glow sticks work, but parents should be prepared for scare actors to accidentally scare their children inside the haunts.

 

On October 29th and 30th, there will be community-wide trick-or-treating in Brule between 6:00 and 8:00 PM Mountain Time. The Lost Soul Train will operate during this time to take kids to various treat-giving-households throughout the community.

 

If you can’t make it on the 29th and 30th, consider visiting on a Thursday or Sunday night. These nights tend to be slower and it’s easier for our Scare Actors to see and be alert to the presence of a young person inside the haunts.

 

We don’t recommend that kids under age ten go through any of our haunts without their parents. The admissions booth where patrons park on the southwest side of town will be mildly “haunted” by kid-friendly scare actors. Patrons will be able to buy hot drinks and snacks before boarding Coach Slappy’s Haunted Bus Ride, another kid-friendly activity that’s still creepy, but in a fun way. Kids can also enjoy the park in the middle of town, where there will be hot food available and zombies, vampires, or other creatures of the night skulking around through the trees. The school is lit with theatrical lighting that kids would also enjoy. Scare actors wandering the streets add to the fun for younger people.

 

So bring the whole family… School District 13 is a theatrical event so there’s something for everyone!